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Yup. I didn't really get a few moves initially so I geussed on maybe.... 2(?). Overall, this is a great puzzle.
Cool :) !
Good one... good day; bonne journée.
I have solved this puzzle.
White has no Queen to sacrifice, that left me stumped for awhile.
that was nothing!!
next time give us a difficault one
Today's puzzle is really a tough one.
Interesting, pretty tough one.
Pretty easy...missed the 1st and 3rd move, though
I wonder why my live opponents do not play as stupidly as black does in this game.
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